Qimmik wrote:I've used the intermediate L&S dictionary for 50+ years. My copy is falling apart, but I have another in reserve.
Advantages: Very extensive vocabulary covering all periods of ancient Greek; careful (though dated) scholarship; morphological information provided; authors identified; some entries are actually helpful glosses on specific passages of major authors (though unlike LSJ citations are not provided); easier to consult than LSJ.
Disadvantages: no English-Greek vocabulary; bulkier than the Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary.
akhnaten wrote:thanks for this discussion. hope it will quickly be relevant.
Qimmik, Sounds like you are suggesting buying used because older editions are of higher quality (binding, typesetting?), not just price. Is there a vague date when the OUP publishing declined--ie, should those published in the 90s also be avoided in favor of the 60s reprints?
Victor wrote:Woodhouse is undeservedly popular as an English-Greek lexicon; Frädersdorff/Arnold/Browne or Yonge are considerably more useful.
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